# SOLUTION: each square root is between two intergers,name the two intergers the numbers are 119 and 15. the 15 has a negitive on the outside of the square root sign

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 Click here to see ALL problems on real-numbers Question 248464: each square root is between two intergers,name the two intergers the numbers are 119 and 15. the 15 has a negitive on the outside of the square root signFound 2 solutions by richwmiller, jsmallt9:Answer by richwmiller(9135)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Try writing this as a math person would. I doubt this is how you received the problem. Also try to spell a few words correctly You have a spell checker don't you? Then repost. Answer by jsmallt9(3296)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!When you work with square roots, the sooner you learn the perfect squares (at least up to 100 or 144) the better. Here's a list that we can use to figure out problems like this. (Once you know your perfect squares this can all be done in your head.) The logic we use on problems like these goes like this: Since is between and (the left sides of two consecutive equations above), it will be between 1 and 2 (the rights sides of those equations). So for , since it is between and , it must be between 10 and 11. Using similar logic, will be between 3 and 4. For , it will be between -3 and -4.